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Kids at computers

We use donations to work towards these main objectives:

  • Bringing computer science to schools - through district partnerships, teacher training and free, online courses.
  • Modernizing curriculum - developing fun, engaging tutorials and coursework for all levels.
  • Changing state policies - computer science doesn't count as math or science in most states. We're changing that.
  • Increasing diversity - encouraging women and students of color, who are sorely underrepresented in computer science.
  • Raising awareness - we're making it known: it should be a national imperative to get more students to code.

Results so far:

  • 30 million students did the Hour of Code in December 2013. It cost 4 cents per student impacted.
  • 15,000 teachers began teaching our online course to 850,000 students.
  • A dozen districts (including 3 of the top 6) partnered with us to bring computer science to 100+ high schools
  • 6 states changed policies to make computer science toward high school graduation requirements.

Our current donors and partners:

Amazon, Microsoft, Google, Juniper Networks, Salesforce.com, LinkedIn, JP Morgan Chase & Co. See full list

To maintain nonprofit status, we need small donations to add up to 1/3 of our funding. Every dollar counts.



Amazon.com customers: Do your shopping at smile.amazon.com to donate a % of all purchases to Code.org

To make a donation by check, wire-transfer, or stock-transfer, contact us.



Code.org is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Contributions to Code.org are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Code.org's tax identification number is 46-0858543.